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Meet A Pro Bono Partner

Our pro bono partners tell you about their life-changing work.

  • Daira Birmingham
    Daira I. Birmingham
    Volunteer
    Tahirih Baltimore
    There should be more organizations like Tahirih. Their initiatives on behalf of immigrant women and girls are truly outstanding.
  • Anelia Dimitrova
    Staff Attorney
    Arnold & Porter LLP
    Working with Tahirih gave me the amazing opportunity to meet courageous women who never lost hope and are trying to make a new home after escaping abuse.
  • Michelle J. Moodispaw & Toni A. Machowsky
    Attorneys
    Law Office of Michelle J. Moodispaw
    We are so thankful that Tahirih us helped prepare to take on future cases for immigrant women and children.
  • Jillian Blake
    Attorney
    Blake & Wilson Immigration Law
    I will remember my pro bono experience with Tahirih and hope to help more women in the future.
  • Julie Stephenson
    Julie Stephenson
    Associate, Real Estate Development and Investments
    Winstead PC
    The highlight was seeing how the hope of one day becoming a citizen gave my client a sense of stability and excitement for the future.
  • Emily Harbison
    Emily Harbison
    Associate
    Baker & McKenzie LLP
    Working with Tahirih has allowed me to help amazing clients who refuse to give up when faced with unthinkable challenges.
  • Colleen Mallon, Ashleigh Lynn, and Lily Reynolds
    Venable LLP
    Our pro bono service has given us a new perspective on the American Dream. It has made us aware of the many women and children who desperately need assistance to achieve their humble dream of living free of violence and oppression.
  • Kate Hill
    Kate Hill
    Associate
    King & Spalding LLP
    My service has made me even more aware of the difficulties that asylum seekers face in our immigration system.
  • Cara Vasquez
    Cara Vasquez
    Associate
    DLA Piper
    In one meeting with my client, she must have gone through an entire box of Kleenex while telling her story. It was the power of her sharing that was significant.